Upon a Midnight Dreary Podcast #9: Krystopher Sapp
Krystopher Sapp outside Copro Nason Gallery at the opening of Conjoined III, January 2013.
Ragnarok, 2011 is inspired by the Norse armageddon myth and incorporates artifacts from a pipe organ. This piece is a beast and recently sold at Conjoined III.
Isle of Man showed at Beyond Eden, 2009, as part of La Luz de Jesus’ exhibition.
This is a close-up I took of Garden of Stone from Krystopher’s 2012 La Luz de Jesus show, A Good Man Goes to War. This should give those of you who haven’t had the fortune of seeing his work in person and idea of how intricate each inch of his assemblages is.
One Ring to Rule Them All, 2012
This is mine and you can’t have it. I commissioned Krystopher to create this frame for my computer monitor almost two years ago since I spend most of my waking hours chained to the computer and I needed something pretty to look at. He did such an outstanding job! I have one other small Krystopher Sapp original and I hope to get many more in the future because his work is unique, intricate, amazing!
Thank you Krystopher for being on the podcast! Krystopher’s next major show is at La Luz de Jesus Gallery in Los Angeles in December. Please visit Krystopher’s website to see work from his past shows. And follow him on Twitter, @krystophersapp. You can also learn more about Krystopher’s work in Our Guns Never Tire from this feature post I did in 2011.
Thank you Bill Shafer for opening Hyaena Gallery to me so graciously! I’m really looking forward to the next art show at Hyaena Gallery which features new work by Larkin. It opens Saturday, March 2 at 8pm.